New Delhi: Leading Indian percussionists Ranjit Barot and Sridar Parthasarathy will set the musical stage at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos with a special score, ‘India Inclusive’, at a weekend gala in the Swiss ski resort.The eight-minute symphony Saturday followed by a five-minute interlude later is rooted in Indian classical music, percussionist and vocalist Ranjit Barot said Friday."`India Inclusive` will draw from three ragas Desh, Charukeshi, and Yog to present a composition that will showcase the millennia-old musical legacy of India and its relationship with the west. The mood at the gala will be definitely Indian," Barot told reporters over telephone from Davos.
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